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SKYWARN Weather Spotter

SkywarnWeather affects everyone and at times these effects are severe and dangerous. The National Weather Service has weather radar stations across the nation. Yet, they still trust people on the ground to report conditions as they occur. These field reports help the National Weather Service distribute accurate severe weather warnings. You can help yourself and others by taking the Skywarn Spotter Training. The National Weather Service office at North Webster holds classes each year. You can check the National Weather Service North Webster Office website for class availability and online training.

Amateur Radio Support

RACES Emergency CommunicationsThe Allen County RACES program is operated as part of the Allen County Office of Homeland Security. The RACES radio operators provide communications support for our office during training exercises, public safety events, and during times of emergencies and disasters. It is composed of amateur radio operators from Allen County who are members of the Allen County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). For more information on the RACES program contact the Allen County Office of Homeland Security, at 260-449-4663.

Volunteer Center

Volunteer CenterIf you would like to volunteer in Allen County, please contact the Volunteer Center at 260-424-3505, or go to the Volunteer Center Fort Wayne website.